Who was Tiffany Frangione and what was her cause of death? Houston Woman Attacked by Own Dogs

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Who was Tiffany Frangione and what was her cause of death? Houston Woman Attacked by Own Dogs: As per the press release, A Houston lady was discovered demised in her yard with injuries to her neck and the cops believed that she was possibly attacked to demise by her own dogs. Police say 48-years-old Tiffany Frangione passed away on Friday, 19th November 2021. Frangione was discovered in her backyard around 10:50 AM by the police officers after a 911 caller reported there was a dead person at the 12410 Rockhampton Drive home, cops stated in a November 22 press release. Her demise was being investigated as suspicious after a body was discovered. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Tiffany Frangione Death Cause 

As per the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences, the death cause of Frangione was ruled to be accidental and the real cause was “blunt force trauma of the neck with penetrating wounds and mechanical asphyxia. The police of Houston stated in its press release on Monday, 22nd November, “HPD patrol officers responded to a report of a dead person at a home at the above address and discovered Ms. Frangione in the back yard of her house. The lady had suffered puncture injuries to her neck.”

The police department further added, “A preliminary investigation pointing out that Frangione let her dogs out into her backyard and her dogs emerged into the fight with the dogs of the neighbor through the fence. It is assumed that Frangione tried to intervene and was surely attacked by her own dogs.”  The police stated in the press release, “The investigation is pending over the death cause of Frangione which is to be determined by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences. Anyone with further information regarding this case is requested to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600.”

However, the police officials did not release any detail about the breeds of the dogs that emerged in the possible attack but reports of KHOU the dogs were a female 5-year-old Alaskan husky mix and a male Cane Corso mix. Her dogs were taken by the BARC animal shelter and will be annihilated. Frangione stated on her Facebook page she was self-employed and was a native of Houston. She completed her schooling at Sharpstown High School and graduated from the University of Houston.

She posted regularly about her dogs, including raising puppies to be adopted. She posted in the year 2019, “Need good homes for two puppies we have left…text me if interested they are 9 weeks old. Cane Corso/huskie mix.

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